I like new year resolutions - it gives me an opportunity to set some personal targets for the year.
This year I've decided to put together a website demoing ExtJS and Oracle Apex.
My initial goal was to have it up and running by the end of January.
The downside of new years resolutions is trying to keep them, but for once I've managed.
My website is up for all to see at http://apex.oracle.com/pls/otn/f?p=200801
Admittedly it's not as complete as I'd hoped, but it's a good start.
Over the next few months I'll be blogging about how I've implemented features and anything else that strikes me as worth writing about.
For now, here's a screenshot, and an invitation to poke around the website.
looks great, how did you do it?
very cool ! is it possible to download the apex app. ?
Nicely done Mark,
Looks Great. Can I download the APEX app ?
Sorry - it's not possible to download the app.
I've developed a lot of the code for my employer, so it's not possible.
What I can do is provide is an overview of how I did it, and some of the potholes and solutions I came up with along the way.
Also I would like others to experiment and come up with hopefully better solutions, which they may choose to share or not.
Hi Mark, I'm an apex developer and I've not understand how you've made to put apex developer toolbar (I hope it's right) into south region...Is there a particular #variable# that I have to put in south region?
Thanks in advance.
I am trying to get a date picker which shows monday as the first day. The default apex date picker shows sunday as first day. But I can see on your example here, the default apex date picker has monday as first day.
Is there a way I can also make my default apex date picker to show monday as first day.
I couldn't find your demo website. Is it possible to post other link to it? or better, i would like to integrate ExtJS with Oracle Apex, but i really dont know how.
Can u please give me a help?
Thanks in advance.
Augusto Germano da Silva
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